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>> good morning. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> this morning investigators are trying to determine why a mortar shell exploded during marine training in nevada's desert sillikilling at least 7 marines. pete hawthorne has the details for us from nevada. >> we are actually right across the street from the hawthorne army depot in hawthorne, nevada. during a candlelight vigil we
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learn that had machine officials a -- marine officials are on-site doing an investigation to find out what took place with a mortgager exploded killing those 7 marines and leaving many injured. there was a candlelight vigil here last night and here's what folks had to say about paying tribute to the marines. >> this is very important. it was very important. this way we are letting not only the families of the soldiers that passed know that what happened and how we feel we are letting everyone in the world know even though we are a small town of only 3,000 or possibly more we come out for military. >> yes, small military town and the vigil was put together by the hawthorne post of the veterans of foreign wars. they took donations and they plan to use it to buy flowers of
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the families of the fallen marines in carolina. >> a tragic story. thank you, pete. >> president obama is on his way to israel for his first visit since becoming president. he left late last night and will land about an hour from now. elizabeth has more. >> the president arriving in israel this morning making his first official visit there since taking office. it's a long-awaited trip with a 3 day agenda that hopefully includes talks of negotiation. the administration has not set expectations too high for the american people white house press secretary jay carney says policy built around the notion that israelis and palestinians need to have direct face to face discussions. many in the united states can't force negotiation or a solution. the u.s. is a player in the
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process. >> the president will visit israel with a message about the enduring relationship between the united states and israel, about the unshakeable commitment the united states has to israel's security. measured not only in the amount of assistance but in the strong bonds that our people share. >> president obama will meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu where he will reiterate the united states is preventing iran from getting a nuclear bomb. he will discuss means of maintaining civil war. he will fly to the west bank where he will have separate talks with palestinian president mahmoud abbas. the ambassador going on the record to discuss what he thinks is the reason behind the
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president's trip. >> i think it allows president obama to check the box that he finally made it to israel. it's significant it comes after the american election. he goes to israel on his terms while the visit will be heavy with symbolism and opportunities this is a rare trip in which the substance of the visit will be divorced from the symbolism. i don't think there will be any fence mending on this trip. president obama comes with two messages one make more concessions to the palestinians and two don't think about attacking iran's nuclear weapons program. if people could hear the conversation that president obama and prime minister netanyahu are about to have i think the 10 percent rating would be even lower.
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oo a oo this morning we are hearing the 911 call that may have stopped the massacre at the university. >> my roommate pulled the fire alarm and he has a gun out. he's there with some sort of large assault gun. >> that call was made by avakani. he was plotting to kill fellow students and pulled the alarm to lure them into the hallway. he opened his door and came face to face with the gun. >> just direct eye contact. he pointed it at me hesitated and possibly had a change of heart. >> police arrived minutes later and found him dead in his room along with a written plan of
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attack, guns and homemade bomb. >> disturbing end to a disturbing crime an ohio teenager who shot three high schoolers dead showing up to a sentencing with a t-shirt that read killer. he cursed at the judge as he gave him 3 life sentences. he admits opening fire to a 22 caliber hand gun last year. chemical weapons in syria would cross a red line. syria's government and acquisition are trading accusations regarding possible crossing of that red line. syria claims the opposition launched a chemical attack leaving 16 dead and dozens more injured. if any one used the weapons it would be president assad's regime. >> no evidence to substantiate the charge that the opposition has used chem kl weapons.
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we are skeptical of a regime that lost all credibility. we would warn them about using preteches or cover for his use of chemical weapons. >> lindsay graham is calling for american troops on the ground in syria to secure chemical weapons sites. >> the house will vote over paul ryan's chairman plan. the plan will balance our nation's budget within 10 years. he is calling for $4.6 trillion in spending cuts reforming medior future generations and repealing obama care. democratic congressman rejected ryan's plan. his plan calls for $1.2 trillion f of new revenue. >> the statue of liberty will be open july 4th. it has been closed since super storm sandy hit last october. the statue was spared but water 8 feet high devastated around it
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destroying docks and the electrical system. 60 million was earmarked for repairs for liberty and ellis island. ellis island will remain closed until further notice. that is your 5@5:00. it is the first day of spring. but it sure doesn't look like it or feel like it. maria molina is tracking snow. >> we are talking snow on the first day of spring. one of the areas impacted by snow is out west. we have snow heavy at times. you are looking at possibly a foot of snow in some of the areas. very heavy thunderstorms rolling across inand texas today. it will head eastbound so heads up along the coast along the i 10 corridor you could be dealing with heavy rain and across the northeast we are talking about the storm system that produces
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snow across new england. it is still coming down across sections of northern main and behind the system where we have the colder air going over the great lakes we have lake-effect snow on the spring north of syracuse we are looking at 6-12 inches of snow 8-4 inches across northern sections of main and lake erie across sections of pennsylvania. the first day of spring begins at 7:02. 70 degrees for a high temperature. phoenix 88 degrees and the city of minneapolis still feeling like january 20th degrees for the high temperature today. factor in the wind it will feel even colder than that across places in the midwest. otherwise san antonio a nice warm day 78 degrees out there.
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60s in raleigh. >> thank you so much maria. here's what you would like you to brew on today. ladies getting married young could hurt your career. they made 56 percent more than those who got mare itemed in their 20s. the opposite was true for men. men who got married in their 20s made more money. men become more focused when women help them settle down. >> we want to know do you agree with this study. you can tweet them to us at fox friends first or e-mail us at we will read some of those later in the show. >> this is why you are so successful. >> it is 10 minutes before the hour a. construction worker stuck in the mud for hours. 00s of feet below ground while rescue workers are fighting the
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rising waters. >> an instructor's home after he posted this photo of his son on facebook. is that fair? we report you decide. look what mommy is having.
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>> 14 minutes after the top of the hour. here's what you missed while you were sleeping. the carnival cruise ship triumph will be out of service longer than expected. it stranded passengers for five days. execs say they are cancelling 10 more trips to make some repairs. senate democrats are dropping a ban on assault weapons from their new gun control bills. lawmakers say with the ban included it is unlikely any kind of gun control legislation would pass. diane fine stein says she might still introduce the ban as an amendment to the bill. patti ann? >> thanks ainsley. to stories you can bank on this
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morning. cyprus lawmakers rejecting the deal that would allow them to dip into bank account. >> very much up in the air. yesterday parliament unanimously rejected the bailout deal with the euro zone even the party who negotiated the controversial plan to rescue cash they didn't vote for it. the rejection pusheded the island nation out of the zone. it officials are trying to come up with a plan to save them. there's a long shot plan to ask moscow for money in return for stakes in the banks and energy projects in cyprus. there was a lot of cash in cyprus so far the idea of rescuing that country>> future
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is very uncertain. it faces a payment to the u.s. next month and chinese auto makers looking to buy if is car theish oo you here is tax payer loans are contingent upon building cars at the former gm plant in the u.s. in delaware. that was supposed to create thousands of american jobs but so far has created none. potential chinese buyers balking at the idea to build here in the u.s. it is uncertain if the white house will change it for that reason asewn. fox business network, lauren simonetti, thank you. are you looking to get ahead in your career? it may be as simple as setting a date and writing it down. kate upton could be a lot of men's dreamgirl. one teenager is hoping she is
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>> 20 after the hour. the fda is scrapping the cigarette warnings. they are abandoning a legal battle to have cigarettes light up. they will replace those to include images of diseased lungs.
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overnight new york firefighters rescued a construction worker who was trapped in mud for hours. he was working in a 75 foot deep subway tunnel when he got suck in mud up to his waste. firefighters used an vel vacuum to help pull the man out. he was conscious when he was taken to the hospital. >> we all want to advance in our careers. our next guest has tips on how to do just that. joining us now is inspirational speaker jeremy kingsley. good morning jeremy. thanks for coming in this morning. >> thank you. >> this is such a great topic. we all want to get to the next step in our career make more money and be more successful. you have tips. the first is get connected to the high level executive. >> this is can a challenge depending on where you work. be persistent. have interaction with someone.
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maybe you catch them after a meeting walking down the hallway. you can be a little aggressive show some initiatives when you get that meeting it might take a few times that's when you want to ask the opportunity to see if someone would mentor you. not would i mary you or would they mentor you. i can speak from personal experience. i asked a president from my alma mater mentor me. i called him once a month for 10 straight months the following year he mentored me. it was life changing career changing but you need to be persiste persistent. >> persistence works. you went right to the top with the president of the school. >> your next one is set specific goals. you want to have goals so you know where you are going. you need to have a vision and write out your mission which is how am i going to get there? i think you should have specific dates even by christmas i would like to accomplish this. two years from now i would like to be here. you should write these things
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down and keep them in places where you always see them in your office, in your home maybe on your screen saver. if you are a sticky note person. take them to the printer. to me cookies and cream there they are. you want to keep them visual so you can stay focused on that. >> create a personal board of directors. what do you mean by this? >> personal board of directors or a growth people. people are finding a lot of value in this because it works. maybe 4 to 6 people. two or three that are a little bit older than you. they have more life experience more career experience. they can tell you some of the stories they have gone through that can be helpful. two or three people in your age bracket similar type of a job they are going through the same things. these should be people that want to encourage you, build you up but give them permission to give constructive criticism and share area where is they think you could improve. >> accountability partners. >> someone from your church,
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from your synagogue, someone older than you who is more successful than you. >> you have to be able to take advice with constructive criticism and not be offended. your last one says be confident and not air began. >> i talk about this in the book. there's a great phrase the ceo doesn't want your autograph. you should be competent in your ability but humble in your attitude. you should be confident about your skills set and strength what value you bring to the company. if you see someone bragging always about them that's not really a team player. if you brag about yourself it's about ego. but if you brag about someone else. it's okay to brag but brag about someone else that's about encouragement. confident in your ability but humble in your attitude. >> if you are arrogant you make a mistake you can treat your co-workers you can always go to them and say i am sorry. >> humility will usually win every time. >> good to see you jeremy.
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thank you for coming on with us. good luck with your bacook. i know it's a big seller now. >> thank you. >> coming up, they broke the law but were set free because of the sequester cuts. thousands of illegal immigrants didn't have to be released after all. it has been months since she had spoken to her son who is fighting for her country in afghanistan. why is this mother in trouble at her job at work for answering his phone calls? in 1854 the republican party was founded. [ male announcer ] every famous curve has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them with the exhilarating is 250.
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>> you are watching fox and friends first. i am patti ann browne. >> i am ainsley air part. the top 5 making news at this hour. a student plot add school mas massacre. they found james oliver dead in his room along with mohomemade bombs and a written attack plan. they found two packages at the
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campus post office for the suspect. inside they fond a sling for his rifle gun magazines and a dvd on shooting and how to use larzs with weapons. >> more than 2,000 illegal immigrants recently got get out of jail free cards. the obama administration blames sequestration. the head says it didn't have to happen. >> we can seek ee programming requirements that is absolutely true, mr. chairman. we did not in this instance. i did not want to rob peter to pay paul. and my view is that we need to maintain the operations of the agency. i don't want to furlough people. >> they have to altar how it spends the money it receives from congress. $1.6 billion f $1.6 billi $1.6 billion vanishing without a
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trace when jon corzine. lawyers from jp morgan chase the trustee for the failed robibroke firm returned about $546 million for customers. the democratic governor for new jersey will not face charges for the missing money. he says he was not involved. a new jersey familiar lace home was raided after this photo was shared on facebook. shawn moore a firearms enstri instructor post add picture of a gun he got for his birthday. child abuse was called. they threatened to take the kids away. cops didn't have a warrant. they will be live on fox and friends to talk about their ordeal. >> a collection of some of sprins diana's most memorable evening gowns fetching more than $2 million at a london auction.
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the velvet dress she wore when she danced with john travolta. someone paid 62,000 dollars the surprise to cheer up his wife he says. that's your 5@5:30. >> beautiful dress and a memorable moment. >> we have waited all winter for this. the first day of spring. mother nature p didn't get the memo. maria molina is in the tracking center tracking storms in some places. >> good morning everyone. we are tracking several storm systems three to be exact across the country today. we have that lirnging snowstorm across sections of new england. you will be dealing with a slow morning commute across sections of maine and off the great lakes. i want to start with the temperatures. it will not be feeling like spring across places like chicago where today you will be seeing a high temperature at 25 degrees only 20 in minneapolis and only 29 degrees in
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cleveland. well below average. we are talking some of these temperatures being up to 20 or even 25 degrees below what's normal for this time of year. the colder temperatures are actually in place across northern parts of minnesota, wisconsin and also eastern parts of the great lakes. in texas a beautiful day 70 for the high temperature. in dallas beautiful temperature wise. 78 in san antonio and los angeles looking at high temperature of 69 degrees. we a window across the midwest. that will make things feel colder than what the thermometer reads. take a look at the current windchill temperatures. 16 degrees below zero in far go and 19 degrees be low in mine not. you need to bundle up even thooes the first day of spring. in maine 8-14 inches of snow expected 6-12 off of lake ontario we have lake-effect
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warnings here. across pennsylvania just to the south of the city of buffalo. so it's going to be a very rough commute here through out the morning hours and even into the afternoon. as we expect the snow to continue throughout the day today and into tomorrow for some of you. otherwise again a new storm impacting parts of the west. we have areas of rain across san francisco and higher snow in washington northern cascades. patti ann another storm impacting parts of texas and louisiana with heavy thunderstorms this morning. >> oh, boy. maria molina. thanks. >> thanks. we are less than an hour away from president obama's arrival in israel for a long-awaited visit. he hasn't been there since 2008 when he was running for president. leland vitter is live in jerusalem with the latest. good morning. >> good morning patty ann a beautiful day for the president
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to arrive. he is going to head to jerusalem and the west bank. he has his work cut out for him. maybe head to go a friendly country. not a lot of love lost between the israel lie prime minister and president obama to hz a notoriously icy even fridge i had relationship. after the smiles and photo opes will be the conversation of iran, iran, iran. they will try to express some kind of promise where they won't allow iran to get nuclear weapons. he will try to push the israeli as little bit on the issue of the palestinian peace process which will all but end. palestinians aren't very excited about it. look at the posters they put of the picture of president obama that has been spray painted over with graffiti.
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this is seen as a charm offensive to not only talk to the leaders but talking directly to the israeli people. one of the local headlines say welcome mr. president, under it it says awaiting the speech. the speech president obama will give tomorrow nationally televised. he has an uphill battle going forward. only one-third of israelis one in every three people has a favorable opinion of him. patti ann? >> i think that is even up, wasn't it lower than that at some point? >> certainly the president has had an uphill battle when he pressed netanyahu hard on the west bank. that is a tough thing in many ways president obama was seen as being tough on the israelis. israelis say they love america
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they may not right now love the american president a lot of people are open minded going forward. the question will be can president obama convince israelis he is a friend and he means what he says they may be more willing to go along with him. israel shoaled holding off on a strike allowing sanctions which is where president obama would like to take it. >> leland vitters live in jerusalem, thank you. >> 20-years now time to entertain this. a california teenager uses youtube to ask the girl of his dreams to prom. here's the kicker she is a super model. >> kate, will you go to prom with me? >> upton later tweeted davidson back saying she will check to see if she is free. >> troubled star lindsay lohan adding a 6 month shot to her collection. the 26-year-old turns herself in
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after pleading no contest. it is all relate to do a car crash back in 2012 last june. she avoids jail time but will spend 90-days in a locked rehab center. ashton kutcher's job has hit the call button. this amid rumors his performance isn't up to par. the movie cause scheduled to open on the 19th but that date has been scrapped. >> top news story. let the madness bin. the ncaa tournament kicking off. they pete maryland. north carolina a and t also won beating liberty 73-72 the first ever tournament victory. president obama presidential dutys to make his final four picks. he is predicting louisville, florida ohio state and indiana
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will reach atlanta. president doesn't have much faith in the under dog. all of his picks are 1, 2 or 3 seeds. the fall from grace for reigning ncaa champs kentucky is complete. after missing out on the big dance the wildcats lost 59-57 in the first round of the nit tournament. >> the time right now 39 after the hour. coming up the government promised them a tax break but then it flip flopped. small business owners could owe millions. >> this is one way to govern law america using their fists instead of their words to settle their differences. i do a lot of research on angie's list before i do any projects on my own. at angie's list, you'll find reviews written by people just like you. i love my contractor, and i am so thankful to angie's list for bringing us together.
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first syria. syria's government and the opposition trading accusations about chemical weapons. syria's regime claiming the opposition launched a chemical attack leaving 16 dead and dozens more injured. the opposition denied using chemical weapons. the young pakistani girl shot in the head by the taliban returned to school just weeks after being released to the hospital. she called it the most important day in her life. she was shot because she was outspoken about equal education rights for women. ainsley? >> thanks, patti ann. >> top taxpayers already seeing a recent hike in the latest income tax. they have a new reason to blow their lids now. a $120 million retro active tax grab is hitting small business owners. we have the story. >> after determining in december a decade's old tax break is no longer there they are tack that
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enter reas entrepreneurs who claimed the break over the years. the business owners aren't too happy about that. >> how would you feel you made a decision four years ago you knew was legally correct and four years later a governing body came in and said it's not correct now you owe us a bunch more money and we are going to charge you interest on money that you didn't even know you owed. >> that was brian over street who had research system last year. they paid their taxes based on the law at the time. but the state appeals court ruled the tax break provision requiring companies maintain 80 percent of the work force in california was unconstitutional. the state franchise tax board responded by suspending the break and ordering any one who claimed it in the last five years owe up he owes more than 6 figures now and it could cause significant financial hardship for people who should be working
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on their businesses instead of spending time fighting this. law americas from both sides of the aisle agree and want to force them to skrab the tax bill. it is also reviewing the situation to determine how best to help these business owners given the court's decision. thank you, diane. it is quarter to the top of the hour. still ahead, spring starts today and with that comes allergy season and just because you didn't have allergies as a child doesn't mean you can't suffer now. doctor seigel is in next. a school bus driver behind the wheel of an empty bus gets a surprise call from her son fighting in afghanistan. she is in trouble for answering that call. but right now let's check in with steve dues see to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> fox and friends kicks off 15 minutes from right now. i was in the green room talking to senator scott brown of massachusetts. he will be discussing, among
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other things, how the person who currently has that seat in massachusetts, elizabeth warren, is suggesting why isn't minimum wage $22 an hour? we will talk about that. also sequester caused the explosion to kill 7 marines that's low even for him. dr. ben carson who has been on a lot of political shows lately is going to join us live. we have really good questions for him on this wednesday. we will be with you in 14 minutes. no they don't. hey son. have fun tonight. ♪ ♪ back against the wall ♪ ain't nothin to me ♪ ain't nothin to me [ crowd murmurs ] hey! ♪ [ howls ] ♪
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>> a fox news alert. investigators trying to determine why a mortar shell exploded during a marine training in a nevada desert killing at least 7 marines. they are treating the blast as
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an accident. they have no idea why it occurred because of human error. >> conducting live fire and maneuver training at the that you thorn a hawthorne army depo. we don't know what caused the malfunction. a team of investigators are finding out what happened. >> until they find it out they are suspending all 60 mill meert mortar school. a woman on suspension after taking a call from her marine son. there was no one on the bus. if she didn't answer she would have to wait months. they will take another look at lucas' case. a new survey by the cdc finds 1 in 50 school children has autism. that means 1 million children could have the disorder. health officials say it is not that it is occurring more often
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it is just doctors are better at diagnosing it. patti anne? >> ainsley, spring starts today. with it allergy season. we wanted to de bunk some common allergy myths give you the fact and the fiction. fox medical a team dr. mark seigel. thank you for joining us. first of all you will outgrow your allergies, is that true or false? >> that is the number one myth. especially hey fever. very people actually outgrow it. 99 percent still have it but 35 percent it improved. so over the years you can get better with it but you don't get rid of it. >> all right. secondly. regular injections can ease allergies. is this fact or fiction? >> that a totally true patti anne. they use them a lot in europe. they are good with inspects allergy alabamaler gees and insect bites. they are good for hey fever.
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you should consider allergy shots if you have a bad version of it. but you need an allergist to do it and they need to do it in the right way. >> it is called immunotherapy. if you don't have allergies as a child you don't have to worry you won't get allergies? >> that is fiction. you can get allergies with either one food something around the house. people that move. people that change what's going on in their bedroom they change their sheets, comforters they tend to pick up dust allergies they can get allergies to mites. you can get allergies as you go along. >> if you have them as a kid they go away they can come back. >> they can recur. you can have allergies that you had as a kid. you don't get them you can get them later on. >> kind of depressing. >> some people think it's the hair on the pet that is analler again. >> it's not the hair it's more bad news because you can't get a
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short haired poodle and think you are in the clear. it's in the skin, in the urine on the cat. it's the protein but not in the hair. you can't really predict oh it's all that fur. >> a lot of people do they will get a hairless cat. >> they are wrong. they can have the same allergies. >> lastly unfortunately allergies don't kill. that is not true. >> we saw that this week that unfortunate 19-year-old child who ended up dying from eating half a cookie. that's really rare. something called anaphylaxis, 1-15 percent of the population at one percent of the time it can kill. it's a huge outpouring of a hormone. you have to be on the lookout for that. people that are prone for it carry something called an epi pen that they can inject themselves with if it's happening. i don't want viewers to think they are going to get this but it can happen.
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you have to be in connection with your physician. >> separating fact and fiction for us. 7 minutes until the top of the hour. next on the rundown apparently he didn't want to go to jail. a deer makes a mad dash for it after police mistake him for dead. it's your last chance to answer our question of the day. we told you about a study that claims men who get married earlier in life make more money. the opposite is true for women. the longer they wait to say i do the more likely. :making any money.
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